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December 8, 1983

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)/' rg,r ~a~akoff News, Thursday, Dec. 8, 1983 { )y A 1,1,, INSURANCE AGENCY ( :0 MM ER CIAL-- AUTOMOBILE INSUR ANCE l{epresenting: Employers Casualty, t/:,'lployers National, Molor Insurance Corp. s. SUE BARNETT Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. Chr tm is a very special time for served and enjoyed, and as the family the Gerard family, sometimes the only grows, new traditions :are begun. time in the year when all four Stockings are still filled and are one of daughters, scattered Texas the delights of Christmas morning. with their families, are able to gather at Before bedtime on Christmas Eve, each the home of their parents, Joe and person chooses a gift to open from the Mary Gerard of Star Harbor. pile under the tree. The rest are opened Long established traditions are oh- Christmas morning. Angels are a main focus in Fvery~)n{~ knows electrictile Average Billing Plan. And go g)arid down throughout each month after you join, you'll y,.;ar S(:;nie r lo ths they're pay an average of your monthly nonths they're electric bills over the past twelve !figt~,::~: depondir~g on how much months. No more ups and ~:!,~', h ~( ily yolJ L~t:' dowRs. for most of us tl ere Of course, you're still pay- are 't any highs and tows in our ing for all the electricity you use. n {)r}1hly ncome. It's pretty But with average billing, your . arne frorn month to electric bills will be about the So. balancing the same each month. So budgeting ,K nltfiy budget car be a will be that much easier. !,rot)fern If you want to know more Ii,xa Power and Light about our Average Billing Plan, , q any has an answer: It's call your local TP&L office today. II,:XAS t'()WER & I,I(;HI" C()MPANY decorations, some of them having been used for many years. These angels have been gathered while on trips to various countries, or have been gifts from children and friends. Two Holy Family crib scem~ are used, one of papier mache was a gift from friends, and the other a Lladro porcelain. The front door is decorated II By MRS. J.W. WHITE iii Providence Baptist Church had 135 on time for Sunday School on Nov. 27, and many more came for preaching. There were only 6 in Naomi Class. Our teacher, Mrs. Cap Hillger, was ill and unable to come, but Mrs. Maxine Schrimshire ably filled her shoes and taught a good lesson. Many thanks for both of these good teachers. I met Mrs. Hillger in the grocery store Thursday and don't believe she will be able to teach this coming Sun- day. There were 23 baptized on Sunday night, Nov. 20, and 15 more were to be ii, ii i i ii baptized Sunday night, Nov. 27. We are proud of these new converts and pray for their continued blessings. Mr. and Mrs. John Earl White of San Antonio came up on Wednesday night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. White. On Thursday they drove up to Irving to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. James White. They were joined there by Rhonda and Gene Alexander, Becky and Steve Dewitt and their two daughters, Jennifer and Amber, Elizabeth Dickens and her three with a five foot red stocking, pro. used when Mary G rara as chairman for the Samaritan while living in Arlington. Tbe was used to collect donations wup were than given to the Good for shoes for less fortunate cnu .... The Coffee is an annual Mfaff Arlington. cheese, e Community Services, sicana will be giving and butter to residents Trinidad Friday, December le. Low income persons who meet the You must show some type tificatlon with a Trinidad or address on it. You will also be to sign a self declaration children, Jamie, Emily and Tommy of eligibility. When Irving, and Mary Ellen White of statement is found to be flll ,;= Stephen F. Austin college, be a federal penalty. -- ~$' l =iIrl Mr. and Mrs. Johnny MarUnez of As an example, one per _ , Fort Worth and sons, Jimmy, Pat and monthly income of o r.tw 4 7 l I.[ .LEVery, Mark, visited Mrs. Beth Grissom on wire mantra incomes el . Y - 0nlY U,' rmg Thursday. Johnny returned home, but uallfy. Cheese and butter can,,.,, !i} Ir t q i!I ~ . .. she and the boys stayed until Sunday picked up for the person Idenmt !|grab|era when Johnny came after them. for anyone else. - :::i--to Your Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Curlin and family Malakoff residents con :|IrO c of Alvin spent the holidays with his cheese and butter at the xu,, -- |v Ine wh mother, Mrs. Alma Curlin and her from 11 a.m. to I p.m. tlJi|:yu: ' mother, Mrs. Sibyl Elliott. Trinidad residents may F .... that we need in our community. Have had threats of rain, but it hasn't really rained much yet. ! A large crowd was out for Bingo on Saturday night. The jackpot is now $3 0. Open 7 Days *A Week 40z Hamburgers or C heeseburger 299 Salad Bar & Sott Drink IESDAY NITE BUFFET e, 4~ r~l't" YOU (.:AN EAT w/salad bar 6' 'Mini Pizza 1 69 2 'w, salad Salad Bar Only All You 1 Can Eat anytime WEDNESDAY NITE iii iiii I BURGER NITE aurg~., FF Of OrllOg nn~t, & soft drink :,,,,, ,,~ To Go Orders Hwy. 85W. O This Week's Feature; Open TueSday Night barn to Fried :hicken midnight , ;f' Mashed Potatoes 395 ColeSlaw & Rolls l i 4 p.m.-12 Midnight Every Day / ............. ,.......i ............ !! WY.:. 2 7 f..N..:_ ? !-.8.5 .................. ~ ??;? !. ~t ............... 7 .P Q i n._, ~} t-- Lunch -- Hwy. 175 West & Market St. 5:30 AM to 9:00 PM Dinner Mabank 9use e west o Hwy. 85 Gun Barrel City 887-2041 OPEN $ 7 DAYS Sun.-Thurs. 11-9 Fri &Sat ll-10 ~,~ ~ ,~,':, ,: , . ..... , ! ) i: :" ~.i! EVERETTE l BEE LIPSEY- OWNERS jMexiean 1rood stauran OPEN 11 a,m,- OLOSED SUN, it MON. V, mile from the '~(", Hwy. 175, Athens, Tex., 675-2983